Gaymat-Roza became the second synagogue in the city (the old one is located on Turgeneva Street, 22) and the second one in the country erected during the years of independence. The temple's construction lasted 7 long years and costed more than 9 million hryvnas. They named the temple in honor of mothers of construction's sponsors. The prototype of an architecture of the building was the most famous Jerusalem temple. Synagogue "Gaymat-Roza" accommodates 450 people. The church is revetted with white Jerusalem stone from Crimea.